Kate Upton is an American model and actress who has appeared in The Other Woman (2014), The Big Short (2015), and Zoolander 2 (2016). She also starred in the 2016 comedy-drama film How to Be Single as Alice. The list of movies this celebrity appears in includes…
The Other Woman
Kate Upton stars as a woman who dates her boyfriend’s best friend and learns that he is married. While trying to get over her ex, she meets his wife and realizes how miserable she is in her marriage. The two women team up to plot an elaborate revenge against their shared cheater of a husband. The movie also stars Leslie Mann and Cameron Diaz. There are plenty of laughs throughout as these three women attempt to take down a man who thinks he is more clever than he really is.
The long-awaited sequel to Zoolander starring Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson was finally released in 2016. Did you catch it? It’s worth a watch!
The Biggest Loser
Okay, maybe it’s not a classic, but The Biggest Loser is one of those reality shows that’s all about body transformation. A couple seasons ago, trainer Dolvett Quince had a contestant lose 101 pounds over six months, and many contestants have lost more than 100 pounds. If you want to feel inspired (and squeamish), check out a season or two of The Biggest Loser.
This fun comedy about a group of guys who want to rob a tower owned by a greedy, self-centered businessman has it all. One of its many features is an attractive cast that includes Ben Stiller, Eddie Murphy and Casey Affleck. Kate Upton plays one of Stiller’s love interests in his real life, so you know he’s not just an actor playing another role. The special effects are great and make for some pretty funny moments as well.
In 2015, she starred in two films, The Layover and Entourage. She also guest-starred in an episode of the series New Girl. In 2016, she played her first leading role in a feature film, alongside Johnny Depp in Mortdecai. The film was released on February 3, 2015 and grossed $24 million at its North American box office but received poor reviews from critics.
Remember that time you were in Paris and missed your connecting flight because you were too busy eating cheese? No, you don’t. It didn’t happen. But it could have. The reality is that for some of us, jet-setting across multiple time zones in a short period of time just isn’t realistic—unless we want to end up like Lindsay Lohan at her own court hearing.
Love and Other Drugs (2010)
This romantic-comedy stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway. Both are pharmaceutical sales reps who fall in love. He has Parkinson’s disease, and she needs medication for her hypothyroidism. To be fair, there is no indication that either of them uses drugs for recreational purposes. Furthermore, it does not glorify drug use or depict its use as safe or beneficial in any way.
The Switch (2010)
This is a movie that Kate does with Denise Richards. It is about a woman who pretends to be her boyfriend’s wife in order for him and his boss, portrayed by Tim Robbins, to get over an internal feud. The woman has some hidden plans of her own and things get out of hand for all parties involved.